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Pak paper accuses India of being behind Balochistan unrest


August 14, 2011 - London

A Pakistani newspaper has claimed that India is behind the unrest in Pakistan's Balochistan province.

The leaders of separatist Baloch youth groups who are living in self-exile in London have been found to be holding secret meetings with the Indian diplomats in the British capital, The Nation reported.

The highly expensive flat, where these leaders belonging to an important Baloch tribe have been living since long, is a centre of their clandestine activities, the paper said.

These leaders, who also have a very prized vehicle at their disposal in London, regularly visit the United States, Dubai and Oman, it added.

Their financial sources largely remain shrouded in mystery, however, it has been revealed that they get tickets for their frequent foreign visits from a London-based Indian travel agent, who reportedly receives payments from the Indian High Commission, the paper said.

They get anti-Pakistan propaganda material printed in London and distribute it in various parts of Balochistan, using different sources, the paper added.

ANI

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